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« gal_cla wrote on Thursday, Nov 15 at 04:38 PM »
Oay so obviously all of you didnt get the idea of her artical. She isnt trying to take anything away from breast cancer reaseach and funding, all she is saying is to give other cancer more publicitly. Also all of the cancers are horrible so no one should be bashing other ones. She isnt stupid or ignornt for posting this. Im only 15 and my mom died from pancreatic cancer 2 years ago. pancreatic cancer has a 16 % chance of surving. Im so annoyed with everyone saying this girl is ignorant cause she isnt. She had major gut to wtte this so just stop!
« JaneJo wrote on Monday, Nov 12 at 10:19 PM »
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« DanPatrick wrote on Sunday, Nov 11 at 02:35 PM »
Great sentiment up until the point where you start giving advice on what should be worn. Your solution for shaking up the status quo and thwarting decades of culturally-induced conformism is to throw on an untucked button-down shirt and loafers? What's that you say? CHINO shorts too? Hold on to your hats, the style train just departed for Crazy Town! 10-to-1 odds, any Auburn male that reads this and cares to heed your advice (they won't) will choose a plaid button-down shirt from American Eagle or a pastel fishing shirt with the same loafers that all of the other Frat Lemmings wear.
« jacktgaines wrote on Sunday, Nov 11 at 10:26 AM »
the only remaining question is whether to let chizik finish the season....that should be decided based on whats best for the players....either way, chizik has to go, its just a question of when...and he already knows its coming...you cant permit absolutely dismal failure to remain, it becomes a cancer...
« gino wrote on Saturday, Nov 10 at 11:38 AM »
Well well, the Tigers beat a team that has the same terrible record, one win in the season. If they could not beat the Mexicans, they would have needed more than new coaches. The stadium will be empty again of the loyal tiger fans, when the Dogs give them a good stuffing today. I can not wait for the Alabama game
« taxidriver wrote on Friday, Nov 09 at 07:38 PM »
Good food taco's are great .
« clarkj3 wrote on Thursday, Nov 08 at 12:04 PM »
Thank you for this story about the proposed early alert grading system in Core Curriculum courses. The lead sentence for the article--"A third of Auburn students never graduate"--is crisp, memorable, and, unfortunately, mistaken. Auburn's most recent six-year graduation rate of 68% is only for students who began at Auburn as new freshmen and who graduated from Auburn, specifically, before Fall 2012. These graduates are success stories, but that doesn't mean that the rest were failures. Some students from this group will, indeed, never graduate from college. Others will still graduate in the future. Graduation rates continue to increase after the sixth year, though slowly. Many others who started college at Auburn, transferred away and are now enrolled at or have already graduated from other colleges. An estimate would be over 10% of that original Auburn freshman class. Finally, students who transfer to Auburn after starting college somewhere else are also not included in Auburn's graduation rate. These corrections do not speak against the adoption of an early alert grading system. It's just important to understand what a graduation rate does and does not tell us. Sincerely, Drew Clark Director, Office of Institutional Research and Assessment Auburn University
« AUdadams wrote on Thursday, Nov 08 at 08:32 AM »
Franko is the political science professor; Stern is in economics.
« szngry123 wrote on Saturday, Nov 03 at 06:39 PM »
Come on, y'all are Auburn fans. Tiger up!!!!
« BarryPaulPrice wrote on Friday, Nov 02 at 11:49 AM »
As a Professional Relationship and Dating Coach ALL my women have the problem that men just don;t measure up anymore, but maybe we need to redefine what a 'man's' role is. The truth is that YES women are opening more businesses, graduating from grad schools at a higher rate, testing with higher IQ scores for the first time in history. Many men today are acting like boys.It's often called Peter Pan Syndrome. I get into this in much more depth on my website htto://www.DateMenNotBoys.com Overall I agree with Hanna's book "The End of Men" that women are on the rise, but I DO NOT agree that it is as hopeless for men as she makes it sound. It is NOT the end of men. We are just learning who and how to be in this post-feminist world and are adapting. There ARE men out there. The key is knowing how to find them, as I explain at http://www.DateMenNotBoys.com Barry Paul Price
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